The Employment Standards Tool Kit for Employers covers the basics of employment standards laws and offers an in-depth look on how to apply the standards to your workplace. Employment Standards Guides help employers and their staff better understand the basics of Employment Standards.
Volunteer consultants with the Alberta Community Support Network offer consultancy services to Edmonton nonprofits in the areas of financial management, governance, human resources, risk management, strategic planning.
Financial Governance, Financial Management, and Financial Reporting: What’s the difference? (Vantage Point, June 2018)
Charity Central Information and Referral Service for Alberta charities: Call 1-780-822-7623 weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or email email@example.com. They also offer resources on Books and Records, Fundraising, Receipting and Registered Charities.
Volunteer Lawyer Services matches charitable organizations and low income individuals with volunteer lawyers who provide pro bono legal services which they would otherwise not receive due to a lack of financial resources.
Pro Bono Services Canada at the University of Alberta matches law students with eligible non-profit organizations to provide pro bono legal services under the supervision of a lawyer. PBSC does not provide legal assistance to individual cases.
Canada Revenue Agency Information on Charities and Giving
Insurance for Voluntary Organizations (Insurance Bureau of Canada)
Insurance Requirements for Volunteer Drivers (Medically At-Risk Driver Centre)
Bulletin: Volunteer drivers using their vehicle in the business of their employer or an insured person using their vehicle for volunteer purposes (Alberta Finance)
Rates for mileage reimbursement (2011 survey of ESCC members)